Loose Women panellist offered $1 million to pose naked

Which lady was it?

Loose Women’s Denise Van Outen revealed that she’d once been offered $1 million to pose naked for Playboy magazine. The ladies were talking about the death of magazine mogul, Hugh Hefner, when the subject came up.

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Denise revealed: “I was asked to do Playboy, but I’d never done any nudity or anything.

“My agent was approached and the money was good, because back then there was a lot of money in that industry.”

The mum-of-one said she was asked back in the 90s when she was a lad’s mag favourite.

Curious Nadia Sawalha wanted to know exactly how good the money was.

Denise revealed: “The rumour was it was a million dollars, and when you worked out the exchange rate, it was half a million in sterling.”

Andrea McClean then asked if Den was tempted by the cash.

Denise replied: “I wasn’t interested in doing it, I’d never gone topless or nude, and it wasn’t for me.

“It would have been full nudity with everything, and the more you show, the more money you get.

“But I just wasn’t into it. I’ve seen some that are tastefully done but I just knew it’d been there forever.”

Then she joked: “I was invited to meet Hugh and go to the Playboy mansion. I thought, ‘I had nothing to wear,’ which would have been perfect.”

The ladies also poked fun at absent panellist, Katie Price, who has posed for Playboy in the past.

When a large cover of the magazine, featuring a very booby Katie, appeared as a back drop, Andrea said: “I thought that was you for a minute,” to Denise.

Cupping her boobs, Denise laughed: “No, mine aren’t that big!”

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“Neither are hers,” quipped Jane Moor. “They’re not real.”

Now, now ladies.